A Smart Home is No Castle: Privacy Vulnerabilities of Encrypted IoT Traffic

  title={A Smart Home is No Castle: Privacy Vulnerabilities of Encrypted IoT Traffic},
  author={Noah Apthorpe and Dillon Reisman and Nick Feamster},
The increasing popularity of specialized Internetconnected devices and appliances, dubbed the Internet-of-Things (IoT), promises both new conveniences and new privacy concerns. Unlike traditional web browsers, many IoT devices have always-on sensors that constantly monitor fine-grained details of users’ physical environments and influence the devices’ network communications. Passive network observers, such as Internet service providers, could potentially analyze IoT network traffic to infer… CONTINUE READING
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